I’ve been giving more thought to doing blog consultations. I’d like to do them on a more regular basis because I know exactly what it feels like to start a blog and then have approximately 742 questions (per minute) you need answered. Mom’s are good for some things but starting blogs isn’t often one of them.
Mom’s are good for telling you which liquor store still carries the acid green coloured creme de menthe, not the new fangled clear stuff. People often ask me how my site became a bit of a success. I say bit because it can always be more successful. And I tell everyone the same thing. It took a whole lotta work and a whole lotta support.
Support from my family, HUGE support from my readers and continued, unfailing support from my advertisers. And coffee. Really quite an enormous amount of coffee. And when all the support teams work together, this site runs like a well oiled caffeine.
Today’s the one day a month I ask you to support my advertisers and in turn, support this site so I can continue to bring you such ground breaking posts as “Hair on my Knee” or “Big Hairy Balls“. These are a few things from my sponsors I think you’d like.
at Chris’ Store Fixtures
Printable Instant Art! Love this farm scene
from Disposable Art Shop
Beautiful Geometric floor tiles
from Cement Tile Shop
Be the Black Sheep sign
from Bainbridge Farm Goods
The Rough Linen Pinafore I cannot say enough good things about this pinafore. I own two and LOVE them both.
The black is new and as you can see quite fetching on a man.
Daniela from Curious Citizen tells you all about it
Wood lids for assorted sized jars.
from Brenda at Cattails Woodwork.
(I own two of them. EVERYONE who sees them tries to steal them)
(including a nekked shot of her husband Michael)
Courtesy of Lynne Knowlton of Design the Life You Want to Live
Vintage look Embroidered dish towels
from Diamond Dust Studio
Grow a beautiful garden with this colourful garden mix of seeds
Wondering about how to get a blog or website created?
Read about the process from WayLay Design
Wondering what Woad Blue is?
Read about the history of this fascinating French colour at Ellenoire.
Need the perfect blue mason jar for Brenda’s beautiful wood lids?
Look no further than Craft de Ville
Thank you for looking, thank you for clicking, thank you for buying, thank you for reading, thank you for advertising. Thank you for supporting The Art of Doing Stuff.
Enough with the mushy stuff. Go away now.
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